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" Those who profess to feel it do not boast of it as a privilege, nor are considered by others as advantageously distinguished. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the imposture. "
Remarks on Dr. Samuel Johnson's Journey to the Hebrides: Which are Contained ... - Page 195
by Donald MacNicol - 1779 - 371 pages
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A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland

Samuel Johnson - Hebrides (Scotland) - 1775 - 268 pages
...boaft of it as a privilege, nor are confidered by others as advantageoufly diftinguifhed. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. To talk with any of thefe feers is not eafy. There is one living in Sky, with whom we would have gladly...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of Mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand, Henry Bourne - Christian antiquities - 1777 - 430 pages
...boaft of it as a Privilege^ nor are confidered by others as advantageoufly diftinguifhed. They have no temptation to feign; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the Impofture. To talk with any of thefe Seers is not eafy. There is one in Sky, with whom we would have gladly converfed...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Political tracts. Political essays ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...boaft of it as a privilege, nor are confidered by others as advantagcoufly diftinguiihed. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. To tark with any of thefe feers is noteafy. There is one living in Sky, with whom we would have gladly...
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Political tracts. Political essays. Miscellaneous essays. A journey to the ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...boaft of it as a privilege, nor are confidered by others as advantageoufly diftinguifhed. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. To talk with any of thefe feers is not eafy. There is one living in. Sky, with whom we would have gladly...
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A journey to the western islands of Scotland [by S. Johnson].

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...of it as a privilege, nor are confidered by. others as advantageoufly dhftinguiflied. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. To talk with any of thefe feers is not eafy. There is one living in Sky, with whom we would have gladly...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 17, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797
...of it as a privilege, nor ai'e confidered by others аз advantageoufly diltinguiftied. They have no temptation to feign, and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impoflure. SECOND Terms, in algebra, thofe where the unknown quantity has a degree of power lefs than...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volume 14

1799
...boaft of it as a privilege, nor aie confidered by others as acUantageoufly diftinguiihed. I hey have no temptation to feign, and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. - ANECDOTES OF THH ABBE SIEVES AND THE CARDINAL DE ROHAN. from Bertrand de Mole-ville' 's Annals of...
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A journey to the western islands of Scotland [by S. Johnson].

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...boast of it as a privilege, nor are considered by others as advantageously distinguished. They have no temptation to feign; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the imposture. To talk with any of these seers is not easy. There is one living in Sky, with whom we would...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson - Biography - 1801
...boaft of it as a privilege, nor are confidered by others as advantageoufly diftinguifhed. They have no temptation to feign ; and their hearers have no motive to encourage the impofture. To talk with any of thefe feers is net eafy. There is one living in Sky, with whom we would have gladly...
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The Theory of Dreams: In which an Inquiry is Made Into the Powers ..., Volume 2

Robert Gray - Dreams - 1808
...boast of it as a privilege, nor are considered by others as advantageously distinguished ; they have no temptation to feign, and their hearers have no motive to encourage the imposture. " To talk with any of these seers is not easy, there is one living in Sky with whom we would...
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